Join the LGBTQ+ Pride Center for Craft & Cram during finals week for snacks and fun activities to help you relax during finals!
The Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) Let’s Talk program at the LGBTQ+ Pride Center provides LGBTQ+ students with a space to discuss issues of sexuality, gender identity, intersecting identities (e.g., race/ethnicity, citizenship status, religion, etc.), and other stressors (e.g., family, finances, relationships, etc.), as these concerns can impact student mental health and academic achievement.
Let’s Talk is an outreach initiative that meets and engages students in conversation in an environment that feels safe and empowering to them. Students can meet one-on-one with a counselor for brief, informal, and confidential consultations. If a student visits Let’s Talk and they require additional support, such as crisis services or counseling, or if they would benefit from additional CAPS services, the student will be referred to CAPS for further assessment, support and linkage to the appropriate services.
Let's Talk is held every Monday from 1 - 3 p.m. at the LGBTQ+ Pride Center in the Student Services Building, Room 210.
Late Night is an after-hours program that started in the fall of 2021. Late Night promotes community-building by connecting students in a social setting. Previous Late Night events have consisted of games night, crafting, and other activities. Late Night is held in the Pride Center on the second floor of the Student Services Building.
Fall 2023 Dates:
Each fall, the center hosts organizations from the campus and Bryan/College Station community that support and provide services to students. The Rainbow Resource Fair is designed to connect new and returning students to organizations that will help them persist and thrive while they are at Texas A&M. Students have the opportunity to connect with over 30 organizations while enjoying refreshments and getting to know their peers.
The Closet is a campus resource that provides clothes, shoes, and a variety of other gender-neutral materials, at no cost, any time on the 2nd Floor of the Student Services Building room 210, Monday- Friday 9 am to 5 pm. The Closet provides clothing to students who may have experienced an apartment fire, natural disaster, financial hardship, may identify as homeless, may need gender-affirming clothes, and other circumstances requiring support. This resource is for all Aggies who need these supplies! Visit The Closet page to learn more.